By Jamie Arrowsmith 22/05 Updated: 22/05 12:49
BROMSGROVE & Redditch Athletic Club members took on local clubs and achieved some great results in the Worcestershire County Track and Field Championships in Worcester.
The first race of the day featuring a Bromsgrove and Redditch AC athlete was the U13 boys 100m heat 1 where Joshua Pearson finished second - 0.1 seconds behind Birchfield's Zachary Jeacock.
In heat 2 Dominic Gardner also finished second - 0.1 seconds behind Worcester's Chris Osborne.
The final saw Pearson again finish 0.1 seconds behind Jeacock, gaining him second place overall in 13.6s. Gardner finished seventh in 14.5s.
In the boys U15 100m Oliver Kemp placed second in the heat and then sixth in the final with a time of 12.7.
Dewi Hammond achieved first place in the U20 100m with a time of 10.8m and in the senior men's 100m David Mould placed second (11.6) and Peter Mould third (13.0) in the veteran's race.
The U15 80m hurdles saw Andrew Pearson place first in 13.9s.
U15 100m athlete Rebekah Miller missed out twice to first place in both the heat (13.3) and in the final (13.2) to Halesowen's Alex Beardmore despite being awarded the same time.
In the U17 women's 100m final Ceri Hammond placed third with a time of 13.0 and the women's veteran 100m final saw Yasmine Al-Daftary finish third with a time of 15.8s and Romy Naven took first in the U20 women's 100m final.
The 200m races saw Joshua Pearson winning heat one (29.2) and Dominic Gardner placing third in heat 2 (31.1).
In the final Pearson finished second (28.5), just 0.1 behind Birchfield's Jeacock, almost mirroring the 100m race results. Gardner finished seventh (32.0).
In the U15 boys 200m Oliver Kemp finished third (26.4) an the 300m U15 boys final saw Andrew Pearson take second in 42.2, whilst Simeon Clarence took first in the 400m U17 final in 53s.
David Mould took the 400m senior title (51.2)and Calvin Scoltock the veteran race (59.7).
In the women's U20 200m Romy Naven took first place in 26.2 whilst in the senior men's final David Mould took first in 23.2, with Peter Mould second in the veteran race.
In the U15s race Rebekah Miller turned the tables from the 100m result and beat Birchfield's Alex Beardmore in both the heat and in the final - 0.1 seconds ahead both times (28.2 in the final).
In the distance running Sally Hogan finished first in the U20 women's final in a time of 4.56.4 with Tamara Ball coming first in the senior women's race in 5.15.44.
In the 800m U13 girls race Amy Mijovic-Couldwell and Amy Tongue represented the club, coming fifth and ninth out of a field of 11.
In the U17 800m final Callum Smith finished third in 2.11.9. In the veteran men's race Andrew Freeman finished first in 2.09.4, with Calvin Scoltock second in 2.12.6.
Sean Bowden (4.10.0), Mark Appleton (4.45.3) and Damian Lewis (4.50.5) took first, second and third place in the senior men's 1,500m.
In the field events Joshua Pearson placed sixth out of 13 in the U13 long jump competition (3.46), with Amy Mijovic-Couldwell (3.02) and Amy Tongue (2.48) taking tenth and 11th in the girls competition.
Andrew Pearson won the U15 boys long jump with a leap of 4.57, with Simeon Clarence taking second in the U17 competition (5.85).
The senior men's category saw Andrew Freeman take second in 4.30 and in the U17s Geordan Edmonds took first place with her jump of 4.96.
In the discus it was a one-two-three for Candy Lockett (20.11), Heather Knight (16.76) and Annie Scott (13.44) in the U15 category.
Sam Lloyd won the senior women's competition (29.28) and Julie Wakelam the veteran women's (23.67).
Liam Bowden took second in the U15 category (13.56) and in the senior men's competition Richard O'Connor took third (30.59) just in front of Sam Cater (30.50).
Calvin Scoltock took first in the veteran pole vault (2.3) and in the U13 high jump Dominic Gardner was third in 1.2.
Javelin throwers were Amy Mijovic-Couldwell (third, 10.99) and Amy Tongue (fourth, 6.27) in the U13 girls category and Candy Lockett (first, 17.27) and Heather Knight (second, 14.76) in the U15 girls competition.
In the boys U15s event Oliver Kemp took first with 31.83 and Liam Bowden third with 14.67.
Sam Cater was first in the senior men's competition with 49.7, with Andrew Freeman and Martin Aspely-Davis placing first and second in the veteran competition.
Geordan Edmonds took second in the U17 competition (27.78) and Charlotte Tongue fourth with 18.82.
Sam Lloyd threw 31.75 to take second in the senior women's and Julie Wakelam threw 23.23 to take the veteran title.
In the shot putt Geordan Edmonds was first in the U17 women's competition with 7.95 and Sam Lloyd third in the senior women's with 8.73.
Yasmine Al-Daftary took won the veteran women's with 6.99. Candy Lockett again secured a first place with 7.08 in the U15s, with Heather Knight throwing 5.81.
Liam Bowden placed third in the U15 boys competition with 6.05.
Triple jumper Geordan Edmonds was second in the U17 women's competition. (10.25).
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